Sep 22, 2014 4:13 PM

Police say Nashua burglar had a snack and a drink while rummaging through Hollis home

HOLLIS – A Nashua man on a burglary spree is accused of breaking into a Hollis home and having a snack and a drink of alcohol while collecting items to steal from the house, police said. Jeremie Grondin, age 32, of Main Street in Nashua, was arrested and charged with Burglary, a Class A Felony, and Criminal Mischief, a Class A Misdemeanor, police said. On Sunday around 6 a.m. Hollis police responded to a home on Crestwood Drive for an activated burglary alarm and found that a rear window of the home was smashed out and someone was possibly inside the home.


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